Matt Daigle

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Black Lives Matter Fredericton and STU team up to release book on Black history in New Brunswick

Last year, Thandiwe McCarthy was on a path of self-discovery as a Black man. The University of New Brunswick graduate found solitude in writing...

Playing in limbo: Student-athletes adjust to long off-season

After a gruelling off-season because of COVID-19, the St. Thomas University women’s volleyball team returned to practice. Entering the Lady Beaverbrook Gym at the bottom...

Non-Halloween movies that give off Halloween energy

Hello there. I’m teen-heartthrob, Matthew Daigle. You’re probably wondering, "how is he so handsome?” But more importantly, “what am I going to do for Halloween...

Mawi’ Art and New Brunswick Arts board sign agreement to collaborate with Indigenous artists

Mawi’ Art signed an agreement with the New Brunswick Arts Board to increase collaboration with Indigenous artists and provide opportunities like workshops and grants. Mawi’...

Review: How Schitt’s Creek won the hearts of Americans

As the 2020 Emmy awards wrapped up, I noticed a little Canadian show somehow swept the comedy category. CBC’s Schitt’s Creek won the best comedy...

Junior hockey prospect hopes to inspire others after coming out

A Saint-Antoine hockey prospect, Yanic Duplessis, sent shockwaves through the hockey world after coming out as gay on the Atlantic Canadian FDS Podcast Network....
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Double win for Tommies’ volleyball teams at Lady Beaverbrook Gym

Both St. Thomas University women’s and men’s volleyball teams enjoyed a celebratory night on Jan. 25 after beating the Holland College Hurricanes in a...

Proposed immersion plan faces criticism from teachers, parents

As a proud Acadian mother, Sandra Kell wants her children to be able to thrive as bilinguals, but New Brunswick’s proposed changes to replace...

Weekly Briefs: Jan. 23 – 29

New election process for valedictorian Alex Nguyen, president of the St. Thomas University Students' Union, said the union, in collaboration with STU, proposed a new...

Review: ‘M3GAN’ and its take on campy horror

Over the past few years, movie studios have attempted to capture the strange magic of campiness in horror, but rarely have they been successful.  All...